Vetoquinol Laxatone Gel Hairball Control Supplement for CatsBy Vetoquinol
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About This Item
- Laxatone is a gentle but effective lubricant that aids in the elimination and prevention of hairballs
- This palatable oral gel is easy to use. Just place a small amount on your pet’s nose or paws to stimulate taste interest
- Your furry friend will love the maple flavor, making feeding a cinch
- Following the recommended daily oral administration will ensure the best results for decreasing hairballs. Your cat and your floors will thank you
- The predictable results and ease of use has made Laxatone an industry standard for hairball remedy
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161 Customer Reviews
Great for hairballs!
My cat loves this hairball gel so much that she will eat it straight from the tube with me squeezing it out bit by bit. It also does a great job of preventing hairballs. I give her some every week and it keeps her in great shape. I also wish to thank the crew at Chewy. I was sick a while ago and mentioned it to the person that took my order. I received a Chewy mug in the mail with a get well card from Chewy. You guys really care about your customers. I thank you for your kindness.
This really helps reduce hairball vomiting and my cat loves it!
My elderly kitty has had severe vomiting and at least half the time it's hair balls. By adding some Laxatone - I use the molasses flavor, but it comes in tuna as well - it dramatically cuts down on the vomiting - by about 90%!!!! It's easy and effective and she is actually eating a little more because she really likes it. Great product!
My Cat HATES This!
One of my cats needs his daily hairball gel to help with his insane amount of shedding and excessive grooming. His favorite ones have been out of stock, so I bought a few different kinds to see if we can find some new favorites. Well, this one is definitely NOT it. He sniffs it, looks at it and me with disgust, and walks away. I've tried mixing it with his favorite churus or wet food, and still--nope. I do like this brand for other things, but I guess my cat just isn't a fan of maple (such a strange flavor for cats).
My vet recommended this after my cat had 3 days in a row of coughing up BIG hairballs. I started giving it yesterday and today and no hairballs! Only gave 4 stars because he isn't super sold on the taste but I just smear it on his nose or paws!
Quite pestering me with ur stupid e-mails. I'm sorry I bought any thing from U & certainly will never again.
Yummy to the tummy
I don't know if this works but taste wise... For a picky cat, she eats this before her food.
The stuff works, but I have one of the few cats that hates this stuff
My girl was having a very tough time with hairballs, she was trying to hack em up but with no results. The vet had me give this to her, I put it on one of her favorite treats (I have two cats so leaving it with the food wasn't an option) and at first she would eat it, this lasted for about a week, and now she wants nothing to do with that stuff. Then I tried putting it on the top of her paws, again at first it worked great and that lasted all of a few days. I still rub it on her paws but now it's just a little more difficult than before, she just doesn't like this stuff at all and tries to fight me when I put it on her paws. It's a shame because it does work well, I just unfortunately have a cat who hates it.
Loves this stuff!
Both my kitties love this. I squeeze some on a little bit of food 3 times a week. No hairballs, and they really enjoy the treat!
I have a 16 year old kitty who I noticed was straining to pass stool. Soon after, he had an impacted gland which resulted in a vet visit. Once I discussed with his vet about what was going on (noticing bits of hair coming from his backend that wasn't easy to pull out) it was questioned if the straining was from hairball issues. She recommended laxatone. I give the old man a pea sized amount daily in a small bowl with a few of his favorite treats. He eats this up almost immediately. He will sit at his treat bowl throughout the day looking for the laxatone. Since giving this regularly, my carpets have been saved from thrown up hairballs and he passes stool easier and without the hairball sticking out the backend. We are all happy.
Do you want some candy?
My cats love this stuff. I ask them if they want candy and they all know what that means. Some maple flavor gel. I only give it to them once a week or so to keep them regular. A lot less hair balls since they have been getting this.